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  • Redmond

    [[File:580132 | class=media-item-align-center | Barrens_Strip_Club.jpg]] Redmond is a barrens, nearly lawless, nearly penniless, nearly always dangerous. It is home to gangs, squatters, and the desperate. Don’t count on seeing a street light, or a …

  • Ohms

    A hot club in Touristville with a circuitboard motif that usually has Electron Wave music blaring, great drinks, and crowded dance floors. [[File:579768 | class=media-item-align-none | divider.png]] [[File:581564 | class=media-item-align-center | …

  • Bargain Basement

    [[File:582561 | class=media-item-align-left | Bargain_Basement.JPG]] The area nicknamed “Bargain Basement” used to be home to the most upscale apartments and condoplexes in Redmond, but that was forty years ago, before the Crash. Now, most of those …

  • The Crash Zone

    [[File:582562 | class=media-item-align-left | CZ_Reformatory.JPG]] The small community of Monroe, near the Salish-Shidhe border north of the Snoqualmie River, was at the center of the worst air disasters in Seattle history when a spaceplane crashed there …

  • Glow City

    [[File:582564 | class=media-item-align-left | Glow_City.JPG]] The partial meltdown of the Trojan-Satsop nuclear plant in the southeastern area of Redmond some sixty years ago contaminated Beaver Lake and the surrounding land for kilometers with …

  • The Rat's Nest

    [[File:582554 | class=media-item-align-center | The_Rat_s_Nest.jpg]] Officially the North Seattle Refuse and Reclamation Center, the Rat’s Nest is a huge, open-air landfill several kilometers across. Just north of the Snoqualmie River, not far from …

  • Touristville

    [[File:582560 | class=media-item-align-left | Touristville.JPG]] The only marginally safe area of Redmond borders Bellevue, near the offices of the so-called Redmond District Government. Known as “Touristville,” this is where the tourists and slummers …

  • The Verge

    [[File:582566 | class=media-item-align-left | The_Verge.JPG]] The last major eruption of Mount Rainier sent tons of ash pouring down on the south and eastern parts of the Seattle metroplex. One heavily affected area was the border between southeast …

  • Rounder's

    [[File:584188 | class=media-item-align-center | Rounder_s.jpg]] Rounder's is an auto salvage and repair yard just outside of southern Touristville, run by [[:ox-rounder | Ox Rounder]], a Troll mechanic. His repair shop is staffed by a couple of …

  • Bottoms Up

    [[File:584221 | class=media-item-align-left | Girl-in-a-Glass.jpg]] Bottoms Up is a semi-classy strip club and burlesque in Touristville. It's been around a while, passing between owners several times until [[:madam-crenshaw | Madam Crenshaw]] took over …

  • The Body Mall

    If you need to go under the knife and you’re on a budget (or on the run, for that matter), then the Body Mall in Redmond is your first, and possibly only, choice. Located right near Glow City, it used to be a hospital, but now all four floors are broken …

  • Aces

    That’s “Aces” plural and not possessive, as if anyone would claim ownership of this pit. Indeed, the regulars call the place “The Scumpit” which would make a more accurate sign. The interior of this charming watering-hole is filled with peeling paint, …

  • Crusher 495

    Ork-owned and -operated for more than thirty years, Crusher 495 is a fixture of the Redmond club scene. Racists in Redmond have threatened, vandalized, and firebombed the place, but the owners always rebuild and reopen, better than before. The music tends …

  • Downfall

    By Redmond standards, the Downfall is a fairly clean, safe place to stop in for a couple of drinks. At least part of the bar’s reputation seems to stem from a few Awakened patrons, who have been willing in the past to use non-lethal magic to put a stop to …

  • Redmond Center

    Redmond Center was envisioned as part of an effort to revitalize the Redmond economy by improving tourism. A two-story mall opened in 2049 with an attached ten-story luxury hotel. It has given visitors a place to go (and stay), and attracted quite a …

  • Squatters' Mall

    Known forty years ago as “Information Plaza,” this massive shopping mall was opened just a couple years before the Crash of ’29, which took the whole place out almost overnight. As jobs (and therefore shoppers) evaporated in the neighborhood, the stores …

  • The Skeleton

    The Skeleton is Redmond’s most venerable and famous rock-club. Although it’s grungy and run-down, with bits of endless fliers, staples, and tacks in the walls and on the beams (everywhere, really), every up-and-coming band wants to play there, and even …

  • The Joke

    Jacque Shurrock turned the lobby and ground floor of a pre-Crash apartment tower into a club back in the 2040s. Jacque owed his seed money to the Yakuza, and they have held on to control of the place since it started. With dancing, drinking, and bawdy …

  • The Dry Cistern

    Deep beneath a cover of unclaimed discarded scrap plastic and wood and covered with bioplastic sheeting near Devil's Lake, there is a hidden, dried-up cistern. In its dark, dank depths lies a chaotic rat's nest. [[File:579768 | class=media-item-align- …

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